Silver Minings: Daniel Jeremiah proposes a potential draft strategy for the Raiders that could be a major success.

The Las Vegas Raiders are approaching their 13th pick, marking Telesco’s inaugural draft as their general manager, offering him an opportunity to leave his mark on the team.

This year, Telesco faces the dilemma of potentially adding a young quarterback to their roster, alongside addressing other offensive needs.

NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah suggests a scenario where the Raiders secure a tackle and quarterback in the first two rounds, drawing on Telesco’s experience with the Chargers.

Jeremiah envisions the ideal draft for the Raiders as selecting Taliese Fuaga at 13th and acquiring Michael Penix Jr. later in the first round. Such a draft outcome would signify success for Telesco and coach Antonio Pierce.

If achieved, this draft strategy would provide the Raiders with a quality right tackle in Fuaga and a quarterback to compete with Aidan O’Connell for the team’s future. With only five days left until the draft, anticipation builds to see what the Raiders will ultimately accomplish after months of anticipation.

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